Monday, December 5, 2022

Tag: Ethiopia

Ethiopians are Crying out for Freedom and Justice

The ruling party of Ethiopia needs to stop the violence, but will no doubt ignore such reasonable calls. The movement for change, however, is sweeping through the country, and the struggle for freedom will go on.

Seeds of Democratic Revolution in Ethiopia: Thousands March Against the Ruling...

Such violent, crude methods will only succeed for so long: eventually the people will unite and revolt, as they are now doing, and all strength to their cause, which is wholly just.

OGADEN: Ethiopia’s Hidden Shame

The film records the distressing stories of three extraordinary young women, Anab, Maryama and Fatuma.

Hungry and Frightened: Famine in Ethiopia 2016

Food, like water, shelter, access to education and health-care is a human right, and is enshrined as such in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Like all natural resources it should be shared equitably amongst the people of the world.

Famine and Government Neglect in Ethiopia

Donor countries also have a long-term responsibility to the people they purport to support. To this end the governments of Britain, America and the European Union must ensure that the Ethiopian government put in place visionary plans to mitigate the impact of any future drought.

On Green Energy, Ethiopia Leaves US in the Dust

Ethiopia is doing almost no damage to the Earth by its carbon emissions—far from that of the U.S. And now the country's government wants to cut even those tiny emissions. Shame on America.

Ethiopian General Election

Was the recent election in Ethiopia an insult to the people and democracy? The citizens are abused and suppressed by a brutal, arrogant regime that acts in violation of all democratic ideals.

Suppressed at Home, Neglected Abroad

The government of Ethiopia neglects and suppresses the people at home, ignores and abandons them abroad. They are in violation of a plethora of international covenants, as well as their own constitution, but perhaps more fundamentally they are in violation of their primary moral duty.

Andergachew Tsige, Ethiopian Brutality, British Apathy

At what point, does neglect in the face of injustice and abuse become complicity? If a Government allows illegal detention and the violation of international justice to take place and says and acts not, are they not guilty in aiding and abetting such actions?

Is Violent Change Inevitable in Ethiopia?

We are living in unprecedented times, times of tremendous opportunity and potential change; out of step with the times the days are numbered for regimes like the EPRDF – it is a question of when they collapse – not if.

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